Cedartown, who competed against Haralson County, Temple and Villa Rica at the meet, finished third in both the boys and girls divisions.
Villa Rica, due mostly to the fact that they had such a large number of athletes compete, easily won first place in the boys and girls divisions.
Despite finishing third, the Lady Bulldogs still had one athlete standout.
Lydia Elkins, in her first year in the track and field program, won the 100 meter hurdles.
Not only was she competing in her first ever track meet but she was also competing in her first ever hurdle competition, stated Lady Bulldogs Coach Janet Jolly-Edwards.
Cedartowns next meet was scheduled for today against Haralson County High School. However, that meet has been cancelled and no make-up date has been announced.